Today was travel. We cleaned, packed, and moved out of Eastbbank Campground. By 8:30 we were on the road. The change in time zones added 1 hour as we drove East We are now in Suwannee River State Park. This park is on the river and has many hiking trails. After a hike, Sylvia noticed that her house keys were missing. We retraced hike, but no keys.We returned home and checked all the other possibility's. We told the ranger station about the lost keys. They said they would be on the lookout for them. Well you know the probability of that. Well about 2 hours later a knock on our door, The Ranger had our keys. Thank God for small favors. The campsites are smaller here than the Corps of Engineers campgrounds, but we have a sewer connection, and the sight fees are 15.00 per day. That's it for now.
Glenn and Sylvia Avery retired, sold our home of 14 years, purchased a Tiffin motorhome and went on the road full time. Nuts! Maybe but thats what we want to do.
We have 5 children and 10 Grandchildren and 1 great granddaughter spread out in 4 states.
Read along as we travel this great land.